@ulvegaard"Amazing that some people actually think we are afraid
or ashamed of our history and yet we have the museum and drag things out of the
vault to put on display.""Selected" items are in the
museum and dragged out to be put on display. Trust me ... it's not all out
there for display ... much of it is avoided. You're using
'selective' reasoning on this one.
We are coming to Utah to visit and will miss the display by a few days! I am so
It would be wonderful to see the display in digital form on the Net since it is
virtually impossible to come and see the display - from the other side of this
Globe of ours. Could that be arranged is my question? Pertti Felin, Espoo,
Amazing that some people actually think we are afraid or ashamed of our history
and yet we have the museum and drag things out of the vault to put on
display.Like RG, we too live many miles away and won't be able
to see the display. It would be nice if some of these things could be placed in
a permanent display some how.
I'd love to see all these things, but since I live in Virginia, and
can't afford to fly to Utah, it ain't gonna happen. Could the museum
put some of these items on permanent display? I realize they are delicate, but
the even older Constitution and Declaration of Independence are on permanent
display at the National Archives.